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literature review and pilot study for a prospective survey of chiropractic practice in Europe

Palle L. Pedersen

literature review and pilot study for a prospective survey of chiropractic practice in Europe

by Palle L. Pedersen

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Published by Bournemouth Polytechnic, Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Poole .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Research Diploma - Bournemouth Polytechnic, Poole, 1990.

StatementPalle L. Pedersen.
ContributionsBournemouth Polytechnic., Anglo-European College of Chiropractic.
The Physical Object
Pagination177p. ;
Number of Pages177
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13865733M

Case reports: An important contribution to chiropractic literature. J Can Chiropr Assoc June;51(2) Ventres W, Morrow C. The joy of reviewing: A short guide to writing book and media reviews. Fam Med Jul-Aug;41(7) Wright RW, Brand RA, Dunn W, Spindler KP. How to write a systematic review. Clin Orthop Relat Res Feb; Objective: To compare chiropractic students' perceptions of preparedness for practice before and after a clinical placement in Rarotonga and to report demographics from these experiences. Methods.

  Early phase research or pilot studies to generate hypotheses, identify the most appropriate health conditions, patient groups and treatments to test in full clinical studies, given the limited evidence base for Shiatsu. A pragmatic design as used by some studies in this review. One study performed by a review of the Applied Chiropractic Department, at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, completed in , involving faculty, clinicians and students, “revealed that 87% of students are in favor of more exposure to named techniques.”[5] It was determined that 53% of the students had interest in learning Sacro.

A literature review or narrative review is a type of review article.A literature review is a scholarly paper that presents the current knowledge including substantive findings as well as theoretical and methodological contributions to a particular topic. Literature reviews are secondary sources and do not report new or original experimental work. Most often associated with academic-oriented.   Observational studies have previously shown that adverse events following manipulation to the neck and/or back are relatively common, although these reactions tend to be mild in intensity and self-limiting. However, no prospective study has examined the incidence of adverse reactions following spinal adjustments using upper cervical techniques, and the impact of this care on clinical outcomes.


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Literature review and pilot study for a prospective survey of chiropractic practice in Europe by Palle L. Pedersen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The objectives of this study were to pilot a web-based survey of chiropractic students worldwide and to describe their attitudes, behaviors, and knowledge about EBP.

Positive attitude toward EBP principles in healthcare education may be one of the first steps for motivating a healthcare professional student to later apply EBP principles in Cited by: Prospective or retrospective studies including RCTs, controlled clinical/quasi-experimental trials, cohort, case control, case series, and survey designs Personal narratives, or reviews Study must use some outcome measure for determining the effect of chiropractic care on asthma or breathingCited by: To calculate the proportion of care delivered in a chiropractic practice supported by good-quality clinical trials.

Retrospective survey. Data were collected from patient files relating to Author: Adrian Wenban. Evidence-based clinical practice (EBCP) is an accepted practice for informed clinical decision making in mainstream health care professions.

EBCP augments clinical experience and can have far reaching effects in education, policy, reimbursement and clinical management. The proliferation of published research can be overwhelming—finding a mechanism to identify literature that is Cited by: 4.

A survey of doctors of chiropractic across Europe and the United States 1 found that 5% to 11% of their client visits were pediatric patients, with an earlier worldwide study reporting in excess of 30 million chiropractic treatments are given to children annually.

2 The safety of chiropractic care for infants and children has been questioned by health practitioners and community members.3 Cited by: Pilot studies are small-scale, preliminary studies which aim to investigate whether crucial components of a main study – usually a randomized controlled trial (RCT) – will be feasible.

For example, they may be used in attempt to predict an appropriate sample size for the full-scale project and/or to improve upon various aspects of the study. Design and analysis of pilot studies: rec-ommendations for good practice.

J Eval Clin Pract ;10(2)e [17] Leon AC, Davis LL, Kraemer HC. Role and interpretation of pilot studies in clin-ical research. J Psychiatr Res ;45(5)e9.

[18] Moore C, Carter R. Recommendations for planning pilot studies in clinical and translational. Study design and setting.

In this prospective randomized controlled pilot trial, we compared the effects of AMCT plus self-care with three other conservative interventions: RIST plus self-care, a sham AMCT plus self-care, and self-care only for participants 21 years and older who had chronic myofascial TMD. The chiropractic profession is well established in many countries [1, 2] yet, even in countries where the profession is formally recognised and regulated, there is often little formal data available about the characteristics of chiropractic practice, practitioners or patients, especially at a local or regional ng data in Australia is either limited or dated, and until recently.

For historical events, a secondary source on Abraham Lincoln could be a book, magazine article, or internet site written after his death For topics in the Nursing/Medical field, a secondary source might be an article written about a procedure and then evidence described about its.

Critique of a practice-based pilot study in chiropractic practices in Western Australia The scope of chiropractic practice: a survey of. This commissioned review paper offers a summary of. studies can be found on the internet and the majority of these definitions are provided at the end of this section The current PCCRP Guidelines for clinical chiropractic practice, will consider all of the following types of clinical studies as evidence: 1.

Cost-Benefit or Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, 2. required. The study team would document in the research files that subject granted verbal consent. This is more often the case for prospective chart review studies, but sometimes occurs in retrospective chart review studies.

Furthermore, since the literature review for this study was performed, a number of published RCTs [77, 78] support interventions that formed part of this study and may therefore result in a greater proportion of chiropractic practice being deemed evidence based should this type of study be repeated.

Exploring the definition of «acute» neck pain: A prospective cohort observational study comparing the outcomes of chiropractic patients with 0–2 weeks, 2–4 weeks and 4–12 weeks of symptoms. Chiropr & Manual Ther. ;25(24):Online access only 10 p.

PubMed Record; Vernon H, Humphreys BK. The definition and useful functions of pilot studies in qualitative inquiry are particularly identified. To highlight the benefits of pilot work, it describes the specific practical and methodological issues emerging in the pilot exercise as well as the modifications made for the main study as a result of the pilot.

A Pilot Study in a Chiropractic Community. Car10 Ammendolia, Master of Science in CIuUcal This thesis will describe a pilot study in which the main purpose is to test the ability of overview of the literature, reviewing studies evaluating strategies for changing practice.

tive and prospective studies. There are 3 general types of retrospective study: case report, case series, and case-con-trol study. A retrospective study contains many of the same study-design elements as a prospective study (Table 1).

Many times investigators view retrospective studies as “quick and dirty” because the data are quickly gleaned. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to collect preliminary information on the effect of a limited and extended course of chiropractic care on balance, chronic pain, and associated dizziness in a sample of older adults with impaired balance.

METHODS: The authors conducted a randomized pilot study targeting a sample size of 30, comparing 2 schedules of chiropractic care to a no-treatment. Methods: The students completed deidentified pre- and postplacement surveys assessing pediatric practice preparedness. Students tallied the patient numbers, age, and chiropractic techniques used per visit for each day of clinic placement.

On completion of the program, participating students (27/34, or 79% of the student cohort) did a postplacement survey on their perception of practice. A recent study by Parsons et al.

in measured the prevalence and troublesomeness or burden of musculoskeletal pain, including the shoulder, in different age groups by means of a cross-sectional postal survey of 4, adults registered with 16 Medical Research Council General Practice Research Framework practices.

The survey achieved a. The specific objectives of this review were: 1) to estimate the extent to which chiropractic care is effective for adult patients with non-specific low back pain compared to other conservative care approaches (e.g. medical care and physiotherapy), and 2) to systematically review the literature of full economic evaluation of chiropractic care.The pilot study is part of the first phase of the research procedure, following the literature study.

De Vos () states that the pilot study usually takes place in a setting which is convenient for the researcher and that resembles the one used for the intervention. Tthe research procedure of the pilot study in this research project.